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I tore this out of a magazine several years ago & somewhere along the way managed to lose it. Only difference is I use corn tortillas. It's a quick & easy dish that tastes great. Thanks for posting it Charlene, now I can quit digging for it.
This was very good! This tasted like another dish I make, but this was soooo much easier!! I only used about 3 tortilla's as they were pretty big and I used ground turkey. Next time I might add some corn and/or black olives to sneak a veggie in!
This is a really easy and tasty recipe I originally got from the Campbell's soup website. It's a hit with the whole family! The only changes I usually make is using whole wheat tortillas, and I puree the picante sauce because I don't like the tomatoes and onions to be "chunky". All in all, a family favorite!
While you know it has to be good when your picky DD gave me her blessing to make this one again!! So easy to make and I always have these ingredients on hand. I used a round two quart baking dish so I baked at 425 degrees for 10 minutes then the last 20 at 400 degrees. The center was a bit cooler ,but still warm, so next time I'll leave in an extra 5 minutes or so. I did use a some no stick spray in the baking dish. Thanks for a great recipe Charlene!
This dish is great if you're feeding a family. For just me & DH making tacos or burritos is more simple. I added taco seasoning, 1/2 onion, used rotel instead of salsa & used fritos instead of tortillas. It's a good meal & there are so many different things you could do with this (add corn & black beans, serve over lettuce, add sour cream, spice it up, etc...)
We enjoyed this! Thank you!
Another family favorite here, so easy and so delish! Thanks for sharing!
Most at my house liked it. But I did use some of the suggestions of other reviewers. I added green chili's, taco seasoning (instead of chili powder), onions, corn. Next time I may spice it up more. Hubby & 2 kids liked it but me and 1 kid did not really love it. Mabye I'll try corn tortillas next time.
I got this recipe from Campbells and have been making it for years. It is very easy and quite tasty. A good recipe for those days when you need a meal but dont want to spend a lot of time.
Where do I begin? I found this recipe by doing a search for “condensed tomato soup” as an ingredient (I had bought quite a few cans due to a grocery-store special, and was looking for ways to get rid of them…). My husband loves spicy foods, typically Mexican, so I thought I’d give this a try. I did do quite a few modifications. The original recipe looked a bit bland (confirmed so by one of the other reviewers). So I spiced it up a bit. First, during the browning of the beef (Step 1), I added ½ cup chopped onion, 1 can (drained) of black beans, and 1 small can (drained and chopped) green chilies (there were about 3 whole chilies). Of course, I then drained the beef mixture, to get rid of the excess fat. Then, during Step 2, I did it a bit differently. I mixed together the ½ cup of milk and the condensed soup. Then, I added some Chile Powder and a little bit of hot sauce (you should do this to taste, depending how spicy you like it) to the soup/milk mixture. I added that to the beef mixture. Then, I followed the recipe as is (adding the salsa, tortillas, ½ the cheese, etc). This was a wonderful dish. My hubby confirmed by going back for seconds! I rated this recipe only 4 stars (as opposed to 5 stars) because I did have to think up the modifications.